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Two silly little wurrwoofs by RRedolfi Two silly little wurrwoofs by RRedolfi
Since I have access to all the tools and materials I need for 3D printing, I've been taking advantage of it and teaching myself new skills as well as brushing up on old ones.

So last week I modeled up a snarly, beefy werewolf on Sculptris and spent my free-time at work on the weekend converting it to a model that could actually be printed (through InstaMesh and Blender.) I learned a lot in the process - including the physical limitations of not only my computer, but the computers at work - but I was able to end up with these two guys.

For those unfamiliar with the 3D printing process: due to the way the printers compute three-dimensional space, as well as the way melted plastic behaves, many complex structures have to be printed with extra supports. The gray werewolf on the left still has those supports in-tact, while the white one on the right has all the support-material broken off. I wanted to share this picture because I thought it looked cool to see the side-by-side comparison.

Next step with these guys is to sand them a little and then paint them!
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lalapubpub Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2017
Great job ! Do you plan to share the stl file some-were like www.thingiverse.com/ ?
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RRedolfi Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2017  Professional
I've certainly considered it! If/when I do, I'll send you the link :)
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Viergacht Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2017  Professional General Artist
Cool!!!
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RRedolfi Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2017  Professional
Thanks!
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